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Why is my TV yelling at me? A Modern Political Documystery #5 In the previous chapter of The Presidency continued:

11 hours ago 5 minute read 0 comments Michael Stevens

“Hilary may be worthless but she is still the best option we have at this point. And that is a sad statement.” Facebook 10-15-2016 Yes it is. Hillary Clinton is a person who campaigned for her husband Bill Clinton, supported him, married him, and pro...

The nomad (A short story that turned out pretty long) Part 3

30 May 2020 5 minute read 0 comments mgaft1

Hi Friends, For me, this is a somewhat unusual story, as it compelled me to go in some depth into medieval history.I explain how and why the story was written in Part 1. In Part 2 I started to discuss the situation of 14th century Russia. If you read...

Why is my TV yelling at me? A Modern Political Documystery #4 In the previous chapter of The Presidency continued: This will be the most transparent administration ever. Barack H. Obama

30 May 2020 4 minute read 0 comments Michael Stevens

For those who aren’t familiar with the Obama administration I’ll provide a bit of the background so that you will understand how we got here. So let’s get started. Transparency: This is a place where, after three years on the back burner I really mus...

Abu Hamid al-Ghazali’s influence on René Descartes

30 May 2020 11 minute read 1 comment Mustapha Itani

René Descartes (c.1596–1650), was a French philosopher, mathematician, and scientist, and the “father of modern philosophy”. As this title shows, René Descartes is considered one of the greatest and most influential philosophers of all time, due to h...

Monolith Precedents: The Greek Codex

30 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Monolith

The following is translated from a Greek codex, belonging to the collection of Philip II of Spain in El Escorial, Madrid. The codex was last seen during the 17th century, and is now considered lost. [1] During the second month of the Ajet (the winter...

Why is my TV yelling at me? A Modern Political Documystery #3 In the previous chapter of The Presidency continued: Terrorism on U.S. soil, Planned Parenthood, and the Obama, Clinton, Kerry plan:

30 May 2020 9 minute read 1 comment Michael Stevens

Terrorism on U.S. soil Of course there’s always the issue of national security here within our borders and according to President Obama he kept us safe, no terror attacks to see here.   12/2/2015 San Bernardino, California: Syed Rizwan Farook, a citi...

The nomad (A short story that turned out pretty long) Part 2

30 May 2020 4 minute read 1 comment mgaft1

Hi Friends, In the first part of the story, I explained the genesis of how and why the story was written. You can read about in Part 1 here The story discusses one of the key events of Russian history of the 14th century. Just to remind you, that at...

DIGITAL "ERA"

30 May 2020 1 minute read 0 comments Cryptomaniak

  STANDING ON THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS     I do not hesitate to express my opinion, regarding such matters by the modicum of intelligence allotted to me. I was never arrogant claiming: " My Wisdom served me well ". Instead, I applied to myself the p...

Why is my TV yelling at me? A Modern Political Documystery #2 Trump Talk and The Previous Chapter of The Presidency:

29 May 2020 4 minute read 1 comment Michael Stevens

Trump Talk Flashback! Talk in junior high, high school, the military, work, the bar, the store, private jokes, laughter and snickering. Millions of people PAY to hear this kind of talk in their own homes, on cable and in the movies. The masses, looki...

Why Is My TV Yelling At Me? A Modern Political Documystery - #1 AKA A few years later and slightly edited

29 May 2020 4 minute read 0 comments Michael Stevens

Preface It's a shame that the majority of news/infotainment providers fail to look for informative news of importance or even research any further than the recommended top stories supplied by the AP and Reuters. Stories aimed at emotion rather than e...